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Rachelle, mommy to 8 year old boys!
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My hubby has a curve and so does one of my son's. I assumed (and still do) that it was a genetic thing. Never affects my hubby in the sex department or any other area so it hasn't occured to me at all to be concerned.
The same son had to have surgery for a testicle that hadn't descended though and the doctor didn't say a peep about the curve. I didn't ask because again it never struck me as a big issue. My hubby does not have scoliosis. (I do). That thought strikes me as absurd too.
I just noticed I never replied again to everyone on this thread There is not much to update. The curve is not very bad and he pees fine. The foreskin is fully formed. So we decided to wait it out for now to see if it is really an issue. My DH also has a curved penis, so maybe there is some genetics involved.
Thanks again everyone!
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